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Nechako Lumber kicked off its new heat-recovery project on Thursday with a number of speeches and a barbecue to mark the occasion.
A two-vehicle collision on Highway 16 east on September 19 left one teenager dead and two others injured.
Hearing the news that the 9-1-1 service for our regional district is about to go live is fantastic.
The Cluculz Lake volunteer fire department is looking for more volunteers after numbers reached a worrying low point this summer.
The Co-op parking lot was filled with toy-ladden bikers at noon Sunday for the Vanderhoof Toy Run, kick-starting the Kinettes annual Santas Annoymous project.
A screening of the documentary ‘spOIL’ is being hosted at the Vanderhoof library on September 28 in an effort to give residents a different perspective on the proposed Enbridge pipeline project.
September 10 was World Suicide Prevention Day.
Cluculz Lake writer Joylene Butler stopped by at the Vanderhoof library on Thursday night to read from her successful novels Dead Witness and her most recent publication - Broken But Not Dead.
The Endako mine near Fraser Lake has announced an extension of its mine life by just under two years after a recently discovered increase in metal reserves at the site.
A Vanderhoof resident who suffers from multiple sclerosis (MS) is looking to start a support group for other sufferers in town.
Losing a parent to cancer must be a gut-wrenchingly awful life adjustment at any age.
A 20-year-old man had to be airlifted off Dahl Mountain on August 31 after a cliff edge he was standing on gave way.
Vanderhoof and the rest of the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako (RDBN) will finally be able to dial 9-1-1 in an emergency when the service goes live on October 25.
It’s that time of year again for the annual Terry Fox Run.
The Omineca Medical Clinic will be holding a one-day pap clinic at the end of the month to increase awareness of cervical cancer.
After a year and a half of hard work, local band Rosewood's Diary have finally released their second album 'Please Take Courage.'
Nechako Valley Search and Rescue (NVSAR) have applied for a $98,000 gaming grant to provide volunteers with further training and more advanced equipment.
Vanderhoof mayor Gerry Thiessen is continuing to raise concerns about the need for more passing lanes on Highway 27 in between Vanderhoof and Fort St. James.
The parents of missing local woman Madison Scott have upped a reward for any information leading to the return of their daughter.
The Nechako Valley Fall Fair grounds has received a new addition to its facilities.